by Julie Trevelyan
Staying Connected with Holiday River Expeditions. How do you keep connected with the latest goings-on at Holiday River Expeditions? It’s a piece of cake with our social media outreach. Here are links to the places around that big worldwide web to find out what’s happening in our fun zones of Utah river rafting, Colorado river rafting, Idaho river rafting, Utah mountain biking, Baja trips, multi-sport combination trips, and all the cool adventures we offer. Join the conversation, share your own stories, and stay in touch.
We share photos, memories, and fun chats with fans. Swing by, fan our page, and say hello!
Our regular page has fewer members, but we’re always very happy to have more. Visit here and share how you like to Go With The Flow.
Been a river guide with Holiday? This is the group that keeps everyone in touch.
Holiday’s blog brings you information, pictures, fun tidbits of river history, portraits of fascinating river characters, top lists of things to bring or do on a trip, mountain biking essentials, profiles of staff members, and detailed information on all our trips.
Do you tweet? We do, and we enjoy all new followers. We’ll follow you back and keep up a lively conversation.
Help us grow our Instagram following, and follow along as we share the best of the best images from our trips.
Get up close and personal with a trip before you go. See the whitewater, the downhill, the scenery, the campsites. Customers can also post videos that showcase their outdoor excursion.
Vimeo fan? Our videos rock it on here as well.
Trip Photo Galleries
Check out our enormous gallery of trip photos. Collected by date and place, these images capture fun on the river, endless views on mountain bike trails, and plenty of happy grins.
We love to pin pictures of our rafting trips, biking adventures, the food, the guests, the guides, and more! Specialty trips, desert blooms, Baja trips, hiking, and historic Holiday photos grace these boards.
Written by Julie Trevelyan.
Julie is a freelance writer and wilderness guide in southern Utah. She especially enjoys books, coffee, yoga, wild country, horses, and dark chocolate.